Dana-Serafini-Obituary

In Memory Of

Dana Serafini

San Diego, California

Guest Book

Andrew Serafini

November 22, 2012 | Loma Linda, CA

In Loving Memory of My Mom - Thanksgiving Day, 2012

Hi Mom!
Well, there is probably no reason to tell you because you already know...I miss you...a lot. I was really looking forward to that yummy sweet potato, coated in brown sugar, pecans all around, bubbly marshmallows browned to perfection...ahhh, "deliciousness" was what I think we called it. That dish of yours is famous, Mom, and the greatest part (yea, we haven't heard the greatest part yet...) was watching...

Gigi Wisener

November 21, 2012 | Carlsbad, CA

Some of my best years were spent back in the days of dancing with Dana. She had the most beautiful smile,she was so photogenic, just naturally.
Dana was so funny , then add a dash of Mare and those 2 together could keep you LOL for hours. So glad I had her friendship in my life. She loved her boys ,and I can see why. They have grown up with her leading them the way of their faith. She will be truly missed by all.

Cheri Dixon

November 21, 2012 | Carlsbad, CA

I will always remember our fun times together while being Firemen's wives and through Jazzercise.
You are "one of a kind" with that wonderful smile of yours and infectious laugh!
Kevin and Andy your Mother loved you both so so much :-)
You guys did a wonderful job planning the service. I know Dana was looking down on us with great approval!
God Bless you Miss Dana.
Love you so much, Cheri

November 21, 2012

My heart was so saddened to learn of dear Dana's passing. While Iknow she is in a great place....she will be missed by many! My Jazzercise memories are full of great times with Dana. I wanted to become an instructor because of Dana and Mary James! She was loved by many and will always hold a special place in many hearts. I just know Dana and I will Jazzercise with the angels one day!
Much love and blessing s to her family and friends?
Jeri Carter

Lela Wright

November 19, 2012 | Temecula, CA

Sweet Dana will long be remembered for the love of God she exuded and her kind and loving ways she cared for us all. I can't imagine life here without her to make me laugh till I cry but know she'll be waiting at the gate. Until then my forever friend & sister.

November 17, 2012

Kevin and Andy, You have been blessed by having such a wonderful, beautiful loving mother to see you through childhood and into adulthood. I know her loss is unbearable and I wish I could help you through this pain. Just know that she lives in each of you. Share the love she gave you to all those who are still with you and share all of the great times and stories with your families. Our love to you both,
Ed and Laurie Doerr

Lyn Sager

November 14, 2012 | Vista, CA

I will always remember Dana for her infectious smile and her bubbly personality. She was both my Jazzercise instructor and a co-worker at Kelly School. We were deeply saddened at Kelly when she decided she needed to move on in her life, but she left many wonderful memories of her kind and caring ways as the Health Tech at Kelly, as well as her deep concern for her friends. Her laughter and her love will be greatly missed.

Judy Wood

November 14, 2012 | Vista, CA

Dana was genuinely good and kind. She was a great friend and always had something positive and encouraging to say. Her boys were always the light of her life. As a Jazzercise instructor she was caring, fun and loved by all. I cannot wrap my head or heart around this sudden loss. We "old" instructors were trying to get together more often to stay connected - too little, too late. She will be missed. Bless you "Sweetie"!!! May God hold you until we meet again.

Brian Serafini

November 13, 2012 | Vista, CA

Dana was one of a kind! We were married for nearly 24 years. She gave me two wonderful sons!
Her passing will be missed by those that had been blessed by knowing her!

Obituary

Dana's Obituary

Serafini, Dana CARLSBAD -- Dana Serafini, 61, passed away unexpectedly on October 24, 2012, at home in Carlsbad. She leaves behind her two sons, Kevin and Andrew Serafini; granddaughter, Samara Grace Serafini; mother, Edith Hall; sister, Suzie Connor; and niece, Mackenzie Connor. She also leaves...

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